Located in the heartland of the Old Mainland is The Kingdom of Siberia. It is home to many thriving provinces. The age in which it was established is unknown. It wasn’t until the Age of Darkness that, through treaties and policies passed, that Siberia grew in power which would establish its role in the Ancient World.

The Siberians were originally created by a nomadic traveler known as Brummy. Much of Brummy’s original history has been lost with the passage of time.

Knights of Siberia

The knights of Siberia were originally formed to protect Siberian settlements against foreign interference. A major battle that helped create a more powerful system of knights was during the battle at Sibirsk, the capital of Siberia. It was here that a mega rift had formed and engulfed the entire capital. Fortifications were made underground to protect their ruler. Many Siberians Knights had gone off on crusades against heathens living on the southern border of Siberia which made the capital vulnerable to rift attacks.

Crusade against Terth Worshipers

It’s a well documented fact that a hoard of Terth Worshipers had knowingly made blood pacts with Terth to attack Siberia. Some say this is in part to Siberia’s policy of executing Terth worshipers. Many small settlements outside at the time were fighting for survival. Out of this despair a group of Terth worshipers had started to amass in the ruins of an old civilization. Knights in packs of four had ventured on the outer edges of Siberia to help stop the spread of heathen practices. Many settlements were destroyed in the name of the King and divine retribution was handed down to the women and children of such settlements. No prisoners were to be taken.

Fall of Dagon Fel Settlement

After the eruption of Red Mountain many Siberian knights perished on the journey back to the old mainland. The Kingdom was close to going into ruin after the disappearance of its leader, Brummy. Osumaro took command of the Kingdom for a few years until Brummy was rediscovered along with a mysterious elf.